Paper Sculptures


Published on 08 Dec 2014
Chinese Artist Li Hongbo's paper sculptures look ordinary at first glance, but what seems to be a simple bust turns out to be thin sheets of paper glued together. When pulled, they seem to stretch infinitely. Each sculpture requires a painstaking amount of work and takes 4 to 5 months to make.

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